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Old 15th June 2008, 12:54 PM   #1
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Default which version aleph class -A amp is easy to buld?

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i just want to build at first a simple aleph class-A amp. i need to know which version of aleph class-A amp is easy to build?

thank you
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Old 15th June 2008, 01:17 PM   #2
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Default Re: which version aleph class -A amp is easy to buld?

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hi,

i just want to build at first a simple aleph class-A amp. i need to know which version of aleph class-A amp is easy to build?

thank you
mchael

any smaller one ;

what amount of power you really need - that's more appropriate question .
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thanks....

power may be 20watts or more...anythings can be nice sonic and easy to build just to learn.
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power may be 20watts or more...anythings can be nice sonic and easy to build just to learn.

then build Aleph J

search for that thread here .... if you didn't already
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Old 15th June 2008, 11:33 PM   #5
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You might also consider the mini-A Aleph which can be built for 10, 30, or 60 watts. You can actually scale it to what ever you want.

http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...796#post585796

The 10watt version has 2 mosfets for output devices and the larger versions use a pair of out boards for 6 devices that comfortably make a stereo Aleph30 in one cabinet. The perfect pair of heatsinks are the Conrad 350x151.5's for the Aleph30. I've had 2 years of trouble free fun with mine.

There were tons of these built by members here, so there is a great deal of experience with them on the forum. The parts are super easy to source as well, including members selling matched mosfets.

Here's a link to my amp with the Conrad heatsinks.

My 1st Aleph Amp

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Old 16th June 2008, 01:11 PM   #6
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David said it best... I just completed my 1st SS amp (10+ watt mini-A) using BrianGT's beautiful new black PCBs & largely stuck to his BOMs and couldn't be happier. With these resources (& getting tech-diy matched MOSFETs), mine was a paint-by-number build. Heatsinks & casework are the wild cards.

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Old 25th June 2008, 11:01 AM   #7
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Hi David,

I didn’t know that the 30 could be scaled to 60 watts, that could be great for me.

(As the 30 does 40 watts into 4 ohms, I assume the 60 would do 80 . .)

Though when I click on your 1st link in post 5 here, it takes me to a post by BrianGT (#42) about a new version for balanced inputs . .

Was that your intended link?

And can the Aleph30 be biased up, to say 66%?

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